At 19 minutes and not a single word spoken, this film will still offend just about anyone who 'believes'.
I think we all get the point. Ahahahahahahaha. That's really all there is to it. There is a little bit of nudity but what makes it erotic and interesting, besides the continuously slow movements by the actors, is Steven Severin's Dead Can Dance-ish score. It works very well and it's easy to relax and lose yourself to the film.
Some interesting info from the IMDb trivia: The film was rejected for a UK certificate by the BBFC on the grounds of
possible blasphemous libel. After an appeal failed the distributor took
the case to the European Court of Human Rights in 1996 to consider
whether the existence of a law of blasphemy was consistent with Freedom
of Expression rights. The original BBFC decision was upheld and, until
2011, this remained the only film banned in the UK on the grounds of
blasphemy. On January 31 2011, the BBFC lifted the ban and instead gave
the film an 18 rating.